UPA IS OVER, SAYS MAMATA AFTER MEETING PAWAR
The Morning Standard|December 02, 2021
WEST Bengal chief minister and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee, who is aggressively pushing the idea of a non-Congress opposition front against the BJP, said on Wednesday that regional parties must come together as the Congress-led UPA is defunct.
SUDHIR SURYAWANSHI

“There is no UPA now,” she told reporters after meeting NCP chief Sharad Pawar at residence in Mumbai on Wednesday. “UPA is over. Now, the regional parties who are opposed to the BJP must come together and put up a joint fight,” she added.

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